Jonathan Hickman and his Red Wing collaborator Nick Pitarra tease their first Image Comics ongoing series, The Manhattan Projects, the true story of the top secret work that the atomic bomb was just covering up. Check out (and feel free to share) the two brand new teasers below, which were creat
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On sale now is issue #2 of The Red Wing, the four-part Image Comics epic by Jonathan Hickman and Nick Pitarra. A comic we were initially excited about more-or-less sight-unseen, Red Wing's first issue delivered in introducing us to a wholly realized reality where time travel is not only possible, but also a theatre of war itself. The second issue expands upon the brave young temporal fighters of The Red Wing, and
Nick Pitarra's an artist who who's popped up in a few places online and on paper over the last few years. He's contributed Marvel's Astonishing Tales and S.H.I.E.L.D. Infinity, and Jonathan Hickman fans are going to be seeing even more of him soon when the creative duo's new book The Red Wing launches in July from Image Comics.
Given his latest acclaimed runs on books like Secret Warriors, S.H.I.E.L.D. and the recently launched Future Foundation at Marvel, Jonathan Hickman isn't exactly a hard sell to mainstream comic fans. Still, there's something